Date.Com/Matchmaker.Com — Scam, Prostitution, Fraud & Live Sex
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It has been only eight days since I have joined Matchmaker.COM, the date.com site. In the eight days, I communicated with thirteen or more girls who had shown interest in my profile. All girls had posted false profile and false photos taken mostly from model agencies including, Hawaii Modeling Agency. Once I communicated with those young ladies, they immediately had a story to tell and asked for financial assistance. While most of the stories are similar, some were quite unique. One needed money for a birthday party; another needed money to help her sick mother; another needed money to see a doctor as she suddenly had gotten ill; another needed money, and top open a Pay-Pal for her, so that she could pay for her Internet access to chat with me.
After the first seven scammers, I contacted Matcchmaker.Com to complain and explain. I sent them t pages of chats; they ignored it and did not respond. Here is the message I had sent:
“These girls are Scammers from Africa – Their profiles are not the truth--They all have the same story and ask for money after the second communication. They also have false photos taken from modeling Agencies. Please address the matter seriously.
Matchmaker would delete the file and indicate that the profile has been deleted because the persons found their matches. They do nothing to protect their clients.
Dr. Sabri Bebawi, Ph.D